Outrage Over President Buhari’s Appointments

A lot of Nigerians especially from the Southern part of the country are expressing outrage and condemnation of appointments made so far by President Muhammadu Buhari. Their beef is that appointments made so far by the president lacks gender balance and regional equity. Out of the 35 key appointments made so far by the president, …

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Recentralization of Nigerian Economy

Here we go again. Late president Yar’Adua first action when he assumed office was to reverse Port Harcourt and Kaduna refinery that was privatized by his predecessor, President Obasanjo. He did not stop there, NITEL, Nigerian Telecommunication company owned by the federal government which was privatized by Mr. Obasanjo was also bought back by the …

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Asset Declaration by the Governors

Nigeria Code of Conduct Bureau stated recently that all the governors have declared their assets. The shocker from Code of Conduct Bureau is that none of the governors declared less than 100 million Naira in asset. This is an issue that must be checked out thoroughly to verify the authenticity of the governor’s assertions. It …

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War on Corruption Appears to be Back on Track

It appears that war on corruption is gradually coming back to life after years of inaction under former president, Goodluck Jonathan. Former governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido and two of his sons was recently arraigned before Kano High Court on fraud and money laundering charges. They were granted bail few days ago. Same thing …

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Party Supremacy is a Bad Idea Mr. President

In a meeting of the National Executive committee of the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) yesterday, July 2 2015, President Muhammadu Buhari told APC lawmakers to accept party’s superiority over the national Assembly rules. The plea to his party members supposedly for the interest of peace in his party is bad omen for Nigerian …

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